The Baltimore Ravens made their third-round selection on Friday night, taking Terrence Brooks out of Florida State. In the coming month, there will be plenty of coverage of the newest member of the Ravens. But in the meantime, here are five things to know about the safety:
1) Two way player: In high school, Brooks excelled as a running back, corner back and a wide receiver.
If there is one thing the Green Bay Packers need to do in the 2014 NFL Draft it's find a long-term solution at safety. The position has been an issue ever since the career-ending injury Nick Collins suffered back in 2011 and after two years of lackluster play, an upgrade is desperately needed and General Manager Ted Thompson needs to deliver.
Fortunately for Green Bay, the 2014...
S Terrence Brooks
Packers prospect profile: S Terrence Brooks
Terrence Brooks S, Florida State, 5-11, 198 pounds Hometown: Dunnellon, FL
NFL Scouting Combine:
40 time: 4.42
Vertical jump: 38″
225 lb. bench: 10 reps
Broad jump: 9’11″
News and Notes:
Second-team All-ACC selection in 2013. . .played and started in 13 games, missing one...
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2nd Round – Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State
I was torn between Brooks and his FSU team mate Lamarcus Joyner here – in the end, I went with the more natural fit at safety in Brooks rather than the versatility of Joyner. Brooks is a centre field safety who has shown excellent instincts in coverage. His range allows...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Terrence Brooks has been nitpicked as a football player. What he could do, and often did very well, was often overlooked by perceived shortcomings.
In high school, he was fast and was able to use that speed to cover receivers and close in on running backs.
After landing at Florida State, Brooks mostly played special teams and was a reserve cornerback his first...
Outside of the Cowboys salary cap issues, the team is still grappling with the contract of DeMarcus Ware and there is still indecision on who the team should draft when that time finally arrives.On this site, I’ve profiled Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Louisville safety Calvin Pryor, Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy and others. The Cowboys defense was offensively bad...
Of the 17 players listed as safeties that ran Tuesday at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine, Terrence Brooks from Florida State had the fastest 40-yard dash time. Brooks, who according to Jim Wexell of Steel City Insider met with the Pittsburgh Steelers while in Indianapolis, registered a 4.42 official time which was considerably better than the times posted by Alabama’s Ha Ha Clinton...